Original disclosure @ ADB website
Updated in EWS Jul 10, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Jan 22, 2015
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According to ADB website, the program supports the government's key reform priorities aimed at employment generation by increasing competitiveness in the economy with an inclusive approach through the labor market. The structural reform priorities include efforts to enhance the business climate by promoting competition policy, regulatory efficiency, competitive logistics, and private sector participation in infrastructure projects through public private partnerships (PPPs). The program also supports the government in promoting competitive labor markets by piloting a youth employment program to empower young people to find decent jobs (known as JobStart Philippines) and a tourism-industry-led skills and services development program, and through longer-term labor policy reforms.
Project Officer: Hattel, Kelly L.
Southeast Asia Department
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